This week, we discuss USB-C ports and cables, iPhone manufacture, Tesla Superchargers, password leaks at Friend Finder and more.
This week, we talk about Microsoft and Apple's big announcements, VR harassment, autonomous beer delivery, flying cars and more.
Corrections: There are about 4,000 deaths per year due to large trucks, not 40,000. And the cars on The Jetsons were round, not rectangular.
Unfortunately, @randygdob's account was suspended from Twitter so you can't follow him anymore. You can read a little about what he did on The Intercept_.
Back by popular demand, it's another Teching Ball! This week, we discuss the Google I/O presentations, Amazon Vine, Facebook Marketplace, printer ink DRM, and more.
This week, we discuss the end of Moore's law, Facebook free basics, why GPS units underestimate distances, and more. Join us for a Christmas special that isn't special or about Christmas!
One minor correction: In the episode, Buck claimed that the speed of light is about 300 million kilometers per second. That should have been meters per second.
This week, we talk about Tesla's robotic snake charger, beehive paint, hoverboards, 3D printed pills and more.
After listening to the episode, watch the following two videos and go to Facebook to vote on which one deserves the Palo Altony.
This week, we discuss Amazon's feisty new competitor, the new drug testing craze in e-sports, the Ashley Madison hack, smart parking signs and more.
This week, we discuss Amazon's Prime Day flop, upcoming streaming offers from Comcast and Hulu, stealing electricity from trains, drones vs firefighters and more.
Abhas made a few egregious mistakes during this week's podcast, so we're including errata this time:
- To abstract can mean to extract or to steal according to the Oxford English Dictionary.
- Mt Fuji is 12,388 feet high, not 32,000 feet
- Despite assurances to the contrary, the weird blowing static I heard over Skype from Abhas' end was making it onto the recording.
In this episode, we talk about robot fights, robot discrimination, Hacking Team, dangerous Russian selfies and more.
This week we discuss using Twitter as government UI, overpriced racing car toys, the racism inherent in machine learning, how to pay artists for subscription services and more.
This week, we talk about Amazon's Treasure Trucks, the creepy and cute Pepper robot, the latest Batman video game, jet pack lies and more.
This week, we discuss the LastPass hack, selling magical items on Etsy, Twitter Lightning, the Final Fantasy VII remake and more.
As mentioned in the episode, check out Google's image recognition photos for a trippy delight.
This week, we bring back our teenage years by discussing Amazon's new allowance product, video game stories, college admissions, pizza and more.
In this episode, we debut some new segments by quizzing eachother and talk about Chrome partially disabling flash, the hottest new lip-syncing app, deleted political tweets and more.
This week, we discuss some stories we missed last week, including the logjam vulnerability, copyright notices, the internet of things, popular Chinese apps, and more.
This week, we discuss a daring Pizza Hut rescue, the latest Candy Crush Saga shenanigans, cheap computers, horse domains and more.
In this episode, we discuss Tesla's new power wall, the US government's Orwellian insistence that encryption is terrorism, cat rental for pest control, planes turning into bricks mid-air and more.
This week, we talk about delivery to the trunk of your car, the latest in robot news, logos caught urinating on Google Maps, how mid-life crises play out on Spotify and more.
In this episode, we talk about net neutrality vs. zero rating, spear-making chimpanzees, a new internet protocol, Android vs iPhone and more.
In this episode, we talk about the .sucks domain, new battery technology, hacker kids, lab-grown meat and more.
This week, we discuss Amazon's Dash buttons, artist pay in music, April fools, lakes of Apple garbage and more.
After listening to the show, check out the infographic about artist pay that Abhas mentioned.